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Carotech patents hair regrowth formula

Carotech patents hair regrowth formula

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New Jersey-based nutraceuticals player Carotech says it has patented a hair regrowth formula for treatment of pattern baldness based on tocotrienol complex.

The company says that it has been issued with pant number 7,211,274 from the US Patent Office for its Hair Growth Formulationm, which features its Tocomin Suprabrio delivery system.

The formulation is said to be a natural full spectrum palm tocotrienol complex derived from vitamin E, which has shown good results in the treatment of men and women suffering from andogrenetic alopecia, or pattern baldness.

Tocotrienols come in both natural and synthetic forms and are also said to reduce the effect of free radicals, with studies pinpointing that this property gives the compound an anti-cancer effect.

Tocotrienols studies show effectiveness against baldness

Studies carried out on tocotrienols have already indicated that there is evidence that it can be incorporated into treatments to help prevent hair loss, and indeed there are already several supplement products on the market that make this type of claim.

Pattern baldness condition is said to affect about 50 percent of men and women over the age of 40, and is said to be caused by three independent factors, testosterone levels, genetic disposition and advancing age.

The Carotech treatment concentrates on providing a novel, bio-enhanced composition that claims to increae the number of hairs and prevent hair loss.

The treatment is said to enhance the bio-availibilty of toctotrienols by around 250 percent, helping to boost the bodies natural levels of the compound.

» Carotech patents hair regrowth formula
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» http://www.carotech.net/index/news/164.html
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» New Jersey-based nutraceuticals player Carotech says it has patented a
» hair regrowth formula for treatment of pattern baldness based on
» tocotrienol complex.
»
» The company says that it has been issued with pant number 7,211,274 from
» the US Patent Office for its Hair Growth Formulationm, which features its
» Tocomin Suprabrio delivery system.
»
» The formulation is said to be a natural full spectrum palm tocotrienol
» complex derived from vitamin E, which has shown good results in the
» treatment of men and women suffering from andogrenetic alopecia, or pattern
» baldness.
»
» Tocotrienols come in both natural and synthetic forms and are also said to
» reduce the effect of free radicals, with studies pinpointing that this
» property gives the compound an anti-cancer effect.
»
» Tocotrienols studies show effectiveness against baldness
»
» Studies carried out on tocotrienols have already indicated that there is
» evidence that it can be incorporated into treatments to help prevent hair
» loss, and indeed there are already several supplement products on the
» market that make this type of claim.
»
» Pattern baldness condition is said to affect about 50 percent of men and
» women over the age of 40, and is said to be caused by three independent
» factors, testosterone levels, genetic disposition and advancing age.
»
»
» The Carotech treatment concentrates on providing a novel, bio-enhanced
» composition that claims to increae the number of hairs and prevent hair
» loss.
»
» The treatment is said to enhance the bio-availibilty of toctotrienols by
» around 250 percent, helping to boost the bodies natural levels of the
» compound

this is all crappy,you don’t regrow hair with anything,stop posting this big bull because nobody is so stupid to try something that dosen’t work.

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